Older neighbourhoods and happiness
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Belonging to the neighbourhood: by selected age groups and sex, 1 2009–10
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United KingdomPercentages
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AllMenWomen
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50–54696870
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55–59737374
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60–64767576
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65–69807981
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70–74848386
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75–79858485
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80 and over848484
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All aged 16 and over666468
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1 Respondents were asked to indicate whether they ‘strongly agree, agree, neither agree or disagree, disagree or strongly disagree’ with the statement ‘I feel like I belong to this neighbourhood’
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Source: Understanding Society, the UKHLS, 2009–10
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Figure 2
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Satisfaction with life:1 by belonging to their neighbourhood,2 2009–10
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United KingdomPercentages
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Strongly agree or agree82
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Neither agree or disagree69
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Strongly disagree or disagree53
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1  Includes those who were completely, mostly or somewhat satisfied with their life overall
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2  Respondents were asked to indicate whether they ‘strongly agree, agree, neither agree or disagree, disagree or strongly disagree’ with the statement ‘I feel like I belong to this neighbourhood’
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Source: Understanding Society, the UKHLS, 2009–10
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Figure 3
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Friendships in the neighbourhood: by selected age groups and sex,1 2009–10
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United KingdomPercentages
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AllMenWomen
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50–54646167
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55–59666369
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60–64716874
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65–69757179
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70–74817884
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75–79817983
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80 and over828183
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All aged 16 and over605764
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1 Respondents were asked to indicate whether they ‘strongly agree, agree, neither agree or disagree, disagree or strongly disagree’ with the statement ‘The friendships and associations I have with other people in my neighbourhood mean a lot to me’
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Source: Understanding Society, the UKHLS, 2009–10
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